The Tanzanian government is seeking partnerships from the private
World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) has congratulated, Zurab
At least 42 hippos have died in south-central Ruaha National Park in
Tourists and foodies from around the world are expected to flock to the
Uganda is targeting to attract four million international tourists by the
The newly elected chairman of the UN World Tourism Organisation
The Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) plans to promote Mount Kenya in overseas
The Government has allowed two European chartered airlines to
International tourists globally grew by six per cent to 598 million in the
The United States government has granted Kenya Airways (KQ) a
The world’s first self-cooling sunbed will be unveiled in the Middle East for the first time this month.
A Global hotel group, Marriott International, has scooped two prestigious awards at the Business Traveler Awards
A Kenyan hospitality group, Sun Africa Hotels, has taken over the management of Nyali International Beach Hotel in
The Tanzanian government has warned pastoralists against grazing cattle in the national parks and game reserves or
Rwandan and South African firm have signed a partnership aimed at promoting Rwanda as a Meetings, Incentives,
The Kenya Tourism Federation (KTF) has assured international tourists that the country has remained peaceful after
Tourists visiting the country may hit the 1.5 million mark by the end of this year, according to Kenya Tourism Board
Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB ) has entered into an agreement with three airlines aimed at promoting Tanzania’s
Tourism investors are up in arms against the Zanzibar government’s increase of minimum wages for workers in the
RwandAir is set to launch three weekly operations to three West African cities, effective September 30.
British Airways has announced a new codeshare agreement with Scottish airline, Loganair.
Tanzania requires more than 30,000 hotel beds to enable it meet accommodation demand for increasing
International hotel groups are expected to open 13 hotels in Kenya in the next five years.
The population of elephants in the world famous Maasai Mara National Reserve has increased by 72 per cent in the
Sarova Hotels and Resorts, has opened a new hotel worth Sh1.3 billion in Nakuru County.